"This Is My Life" as written by Tom Douglas and Phil Vassar....
Fat cats just getting fatter
Lining their pockets
What does it matter?
All I want is an honest wage
A piece of ground where my kids are safe
80 bucks to fill my truck
Old man telling me times are tough
Sticking it to the middle class
Well, they can kiss my price of gas

Its time to speak my mind
Hey, this is my life
Woa, woa this is my life
Hey yea this is my life
Woa-woa
Yea, and I want it back

Republican or democrat
Well, I don't give a damn about that
I want a chance to do my job
Pledge allegiance to my God
Talkin' heads trying to buy my vote
I'm just trying to pay my note
I'm a husband trying to be a father
Raise my son and raise my daughter

Can you hear me?
Hey, this is my life
Woa?woa this is my life
Hey yea this is my life
Woa-woa
And I want it back

Well, I'm just standing on the edge of the brink
I will not go quietly
I'll tell you what I think

Its time to speak my peace
Squeaky wheel always gets the grease
One single voice don't matter
But everybody's screaming up the ladder
Gonna get the attention of the man on top
Make it louder, shake and rock
It might just come tumbling down
Spread all that wealth around

That's what I'm talking about
Hey-ya this is my life
Woa?woa this is my life
Hey-hey-yea this is my life
Woa-woa
This is my life
This is my life


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"This is My Life" as written by Tom Douglas Phil Vassar

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